Space Time Stuff

Space, Time, Stuff provides a safe space to explore artistically, in a range of forms, the impact of hoarding on the lives of those impacted.

Submissions from people impacted by hoarding behaviour (people who hoard, friends, family, neighbours and professionals) were sought across a range of expression.   This is their wonderful poem, Tidy Up, which resulted from the Virgin Pop-Up Poetry event.

Virgin Pop up Poetry

Space, Time, Stuff ‘Pop-up Poetry Event’ (Virgin/O2/Neighbourly)

As always, we are seeking other organisations involvement in order to create a community. Our goal is to engage people who may be isolated, living in shame – or supporting those who do – to be provided a platform to – ‘show their stuff‘.

The people we serve are unique, intelligent, creative, funny, informed, experienced, (in life and many as professionals), individuals who often get lost, go unseen and disregarded – because their space overwhelms, not only them, but those who are trying to help.

Space, Time, Stuff’s Short Film on the word Tidy

HoardingUK created this short film to explore the word tidy, and the expectations around it, and its relationship to hoarding.

Laura Horton, Playmouth’s Poet Laureate, will be facilitating
our new Space, Time, Stuff event.

Plymouth playwright, facilitator and publicist Laura Horton is Plymouth’s first ever Laureate of Words, for the two years, until 2022.

Laura will be facilitating our new fortnightly Space, Time, Stuff sessions.

The sessions are from 23 July, 12pm-2pm every fortnight.

Laura Horton
ART IN ALL FORMS

Categories

Written Works

Film
Poetry
Prose
Theatre

Visual Arts

Drawing
Painting
Photography
Printmaking
Sculpture
Video

Other Crafts

Crocheting
Embroidery
Jewellery
Knitting
Pottery

Gratefully funded by

Garfield Weston Foundation
The Allen Lane Foundation logo
Virgin Media O2